Alexander Kutovoy, Boris Orlov and Alexander Povzner
are museum-level artists who present NFT works for the first time.
Each piece has been conceptually developed by an artist and can be a great start or a worthy addition to an existing NFT collection. The release of the drop is timed to coincide with the Cosmoscow international contemporary art fair
, which is taking place in Moscow, Russia.
The artists created digital artworks that became a continuation of their limited editions prints curated by Shaltai Editions gallery
. Alexander Kutovoy
is the youngest of the presented artists. His works are in the collection of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art. He created a 3D object assembled from various objects that together form a figure. Bright and a little psychedelic objects like a constructor, come together in one whole.
The heavyweight of Russian contemporary art Boris Orlov
entered the world of digital art with a black and white image that is familiar to his work. His video artwork is a collage made up of photographs from the times of the USSR and black and red Khokhloma, a type of pattern in Russian culture. Alexander Povzner
decided to step into the world of NFT with the application. It works as a filter for photos, the owner of the work can take a selfie with a webcam through a bubble wrap filter, and share it with friends and subscribers. Boris Orlov, Alexander Povzner and Alexander Kutovoy
are artists of different generations, but they are united by a strict academic education and a passion for sculpture. With years of experience and skill in working with three dimensions and creating physical objects, these artists have penetrated the limitless territory of the Internet.
If you want to start a collection of contemporary artists whose work is kept at MOMA
in New York, the Tate Gallery
in London and the Tretyakov Gallery
in Moscow, don't miss this opportunity!